A 35-year-old man spent more than six hours on top of a crane after trespassing a building site in Bromley.

Emergency services were called to St Marks Road at around 9.45am yesterday (Monday).

Road closures were in place as specialist negotiators attempted to help the man.

The Met Police has confirmed that the man eventually came down between 4pm and 5pm yesterday evening (October 30).

Pictures show two fire engines, two incident response unit vehicles, and two police cars at the scene. 

A spokesperson for the Metropolitan Police said: "At around 9.45am on Monday 30 October, Police were called to St Marks Road, Bromley after a man had trespassed onto a building site.

"Police attended the scene alongside the London Ambulance Service (LAS) and the London Fire Brigade (LFB) and attempted to aid a 35-year-old man down from a crane.

"Specialist negotiators are on scene and are attempting to help the man.

"There are road closures in place, St Marks Road will remain closed until further notice.

“He came down between 4 and 5pm.”